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A Modern Solution to the First Report of a Work-Related Injury

By Bureau of Labor Statistics, Claims, Employees, Insurance, Nurse Hotline, nurse triage, Prevention, report of injury, workers' compensation, workplace accidents, workplace claims, workplace injury

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistic’s Employer-Related Workplace Injuries and Illnesses News Release, which published on November 4, 2020, the total number of injuries per 100 full-time workers remained unchanged from the year before at 2….

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May the Coverage Be with You

By Builders Risk, Business, Business coverage, Commercial, commercial cyber, commercial insurance, company vehicles, Cyber, Employment Practices Liability Insurance, exposures, inland marine policy, Insurance, Lessor's Risk, Liability, Loss Control, Risk Management, Technology, underwriter, workers' compensation

One of the toughest parts of commercial insurance is identifying all of the exposures a business might have. I met with a new client yesterday, Darth Vader, who is the Operations Manager for a business called The Empire. It sounds…

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Prevent Slips and Falls with a Snow & Ice Removal Plan

By Business, certificate of insurance, Claims, Commercial, commercial property, ice, Insurance, Liability, Prevention, slip and fall, snow and ice, snow removal contractor, Weather, winter weather, workers' compensation

It’s snowin’ and blowin’ everywhere in Ohio right now and in much of the U.S., but like my grandma says, “It’s that time of year!” There are times when we have to venture out, even during and after winter weather…

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Are Your Servers Trained and Certified with TIPS?

By alcohol awareness, alcohol awareness training course, alcohol consumption, alcohol related accident, alcohol training, bar, bar owners, bartenders, Business, Commercial, COVID-19, Employees, fines, football season, Insurance, intoxication, Liability, Loss Control, loss control representative, Prevention, restaurant, safety, Safety Tips, servers, TIPS, workers' compensation

We didn’t know if there would be a football season this year, but here we are! The BIG Ten has even reversed its earlier decision, and now games will start in October…GO BUCKS! COVID-19 has changed how we’ll watch these…

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The Nurse Hotline: The First Step in a Work Injury Claim

By after an accident, Business, Central, Claims, Commercial, Employees, First Report of Injury, injury, Insurance, Liability, Loss Control, nurse, Prevention, safety, Service, slip and fall accidents, worker, workers safety, workers' comp claims, workers' compensation, workplace, workplace safety

Did you know that over 2.9 million workplace injuries occur each year? Accidents and injuries happen, but the common goal is to limit the number of injuries and keep employees as safe as possible. When an injury does happen, there is a process that is …

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The Nurse Hotline: The First Step in a Work Injury Claim

By after an accident, Business, Central, Claims, Commercial, Employees, First Report of Injury, injury, Insurance, Liability, Loss Control, nurse, Prevention, safety, Service, slip and fall accidents, worker, workers safety, workers' comp claims, workers' compensation, workplace, workplace safety

Did you know that over 2.9 million workplace injuries occur each year? Accidents and injuries happen, but the common goal is to limit the number of injuries and keep employees as safe as possible. When an injury does happen, there is…

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May the Coverage Be With You!

By Builders Risk, Business, catastrophic event, cause of loss, cloud storage, Commercial, commercial building, commercial insurance, construction, coverage, Cyber, cyber security, data, deductible, employee, Employees, exposure, exposures, inland marine, Insurance, Liability, liability insurance, risk, risk assessment, Risk Management, safety, Technology, underwriter, workers' compensation, workplace, workplace safety

One of the toughest parts of commercial insurance is identifying all of the exposures a business might have. I met with a new client yesterday, Darth Vader, who is the Operations Manager for a business called The Empire. It sounds…

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